THE KIDS release their video for ‘I Thought My Family Was Rich‘, the single is out now along with the b-side track, their cover of ‘Killing In The Name’ on Golden Robot Records.

Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZ9aPNyq_H8

Sydney teenage punks, The Kids, have been have been on a non stop rollercoaster ride since releasing their debut single School a year and a half ago. They opened for hard rock legends LA Guns, Guns N’ Roses keyboardist, Dizzy Reed, icons Living Colour and the great Skid Row as well as playing every teenage house party you can think of.

You can download the tracks in WAV/MP3 format from the dropbox link below:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/vkpir0tyj8zxxc7/AAD-y2svOe2brF7NNy17OHfga?dl=0

Now they are preparing for a massive run of shows in Australia in October and have just released a huge one-two punch in the form of a Double A Side for their own track, I Thought My Family Was Rich and a ferocious cover of Rage Against The Machine’s Killing In The Name.

Listen/Get them here: http://smarturl.it/TheKids2019

The band’s drummer Jagger Alexander comments; “We picked Killing (In The Name) because it’s the most dangerous song of all time, we want all the kids and angry 40 year olds to stomp around their room to this! As for “Family” our shit just keeps getting catchier and more furious, this is our little masterpiece and it’s about being broke, what more can I say”. 

Watch the videos for The Kids’ previous singles
I Just Want To Be Happy & School

ABOUT THE KIDS
The Kids are led by their extremely busy and highly praised drummer, 16 year old Jagger Alexander. The Kids have already supported a slew of top Aussie and international acts and have taken the stage from Frankies and The Cherry Bar all the way to LA’s famous Whisky A Go-Go. With influences ranging from Nirvana, RATM, Bad Brains, all the way back to Black Flag, The Descendants and the Pistols, The Kids re-interpret punk rock for a new generation, making it their own in the process!

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